It's already October 4th. Is there really no more important information for voters then his money?
As if the Federal Government subverting our Constitution in order to spy on us isn’t enough, the DHS encouraging americans to spy on each other wasn’t enough… now we have 2012 Presidential hopeful Barack Obama enlisting his liberal loyalists to step up their counter-terrorism efforts.
i posted a topic on jon stewarts website for a story idea help get stewart to cover these polls by posting some replies
Constitution-less Conservatives: Paul's website has more Constitution references than all other candidates' sites *combined*Submitted by Michael Nystrom on Fri, 09/02/2011 - 21:22
By Peter Tucci | The Daily Caller
September 2, 2011
The U.S. Constitution is the tea party movement’s sacred text. No tea party rally ends without some speaker (or several) extolling the Constitution and condemning Obamacare for violating it. Sarah Palin has a picture of the 224-year-old document on her tour bus. And in January, at tea partiers’ behest, the 112th Congress opened with a reading of it.
Given the amount of attention the Constitution has been getting in conservative circles lately, it’s a safe bet that it will be on many Republican voters’ minds when they cast their ballots in next year’s GOP primaries. Which is why I thought it would be interesting to see what the Republican presidential candidates’ campaign websites have to say about the Constitution.
This news is from a fan who noticed that web traffic to the Ron Paul site tripled after the debate, while visits to other GOP candidate sites dropped precipitously.
Although the Paul site has only been operational since March, the recent volume closely approaches the highest visit counts to the Giuliani and McCain websites and is currently five times higher than the major candidates.
Recently there were some passionate pleas for a new Ronpaul2008.com website. I have good reason to believe that if we are vociferous enough, Dr. Paul will listen to our suggestions.
Please post your opinions here and let us know: What is wrong with the current site? What is right about it? What kinds of features and information you would like to see on a new, completely redesigned website? What are the best sites out there - and why? Which sites, and which aspects of sites should be used as models? What kind of site would do best at introducing Dr. Paul to the people who don't know him? Also, if there are any programmers or web service professionals out there - how about some ballpark estimates at how much it would cost for a top-notch site - including design, programming and hosting.
Everyone, we need your help and your opinions. Everyone's voice and comments matter, no matter how insignificant you may think your own idea may be. This is, after all, the age of Wikinomics, in which all of us are smarter than any one of us.
This is a chance to make your voice heard, for I have reason to believe that Dr. Paul will be made aware of the opinions expressed here and take action!